How old is the oldest living tree in the world?

Answer The oldest living tree known to the world is a Norway spruce, discovered in Sweden in 2004, according to National Geographic. According to the department of ecology and environmental science at Ume... Read More »

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Can a human being (adult/child) contract worms from being licked accidently on the face by an infected dog?

I suppose it's possible but I would not think it to be likely. Generally speaking, pin worm eggs are found in dirt. Children and adult nail biters are most likely to get pin worms. Anyone who ... Read More »

Which is India's oldest living tree?

The 450 year-old giant banyan tree at Adyar in Chennai, Tamilnadu, India. It is the oldest living organism. Its Kalvavriksha tree in Joshimath Uttranchal which is 1200 year old is the oldest living... Read More »

How tall is the world's oldest living tree?

The world's oldest tree is not, in fact, that tall, according to National Geographic. It stands at a little over 13 feet, or 4 meters. The reason for this is that the age is based on the root syste... Read More »

Who is the world's oldest human orphan?

I can only fill you in on the requirements of my state (KY), but I'm sure they are similar in most states. First there are a couple of avenues you can go about adoption. You can work with your stat... Read More »